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Catalogue Ten, Part Five, Texas County and Local History

43. MADRAY, Mrs. I.C.

A History of Bee County with Some Brief Sketches about Men and Events

in Adjoining Counties

[cover title]. Beeville: Beeville Publishing, 1939. [2] iv, 133 [1, blank] [2] pp.,

photographic illustrations. 4to, original blue cloth. Small water stain on top edge of text block

(not affecting text), otherwise fine in water stained and chipped d.j.

First edition. CBC




History of Bee County, Texas

[wrapper title]. Beeville, 1960. 143 [1, blank]

56 pp., map. 4to, original beige printed wrappers with black cloth backstrip. A little browning to

wraps, edges with small water stain and a few tiny spots, otherwise very good. Gift inscription in

ink on p. 1, “To Dudley from Asa, Apr. 10-62.” Publisher’s announcements and related two-page

note in ink on letterhead of Asa A. Jones, Alpine, Texas laid in.

First edition. CBC




History of Bee County, Texas

[wrapper title]. Beeville, 1960. Another

copy. Near fine aside from a few small marks and a little browning to wraps.


Bell County

46. ATKINSON, Bertha.

History of Bell County, Texas, by Bertha Atkinson B.A., Burnet, Texas,

August 1929.

N.p.: Bell County Historical Society, 1970. [10] 139 [1, blank] pp. 8vo, original vio-

let printed wrappers, stapled. Staples rusting, spine browned with light insect damage, former

owner’s ink stamp on upper wrap and title page, otherwise very good.

Reprint of 1929 first edition.


215 (referring to 1929 edition).




, p. 5. Includes

appendix detailing Bell County rangers and Confederate soldiers.


47. CARTER, William T. Jr., H.G. Lewis & H.W. Hawker.

Soil Survey of Bell County, Texas.


ington: GPO, 1918. 46 pp., large folding map. 8vo, original tan printed wrappers. Light wear and

browning to wraps and text block, otherwise very good.

First edition. CBC

224 (apparently referring to 1916 advance sheets).


48. DUNCAN, Gra’Delle.

Central Texas Diary.

Killeen: Killeen Centennial Commission, 1982. [8]

96 pp, text illustrations and 15 color plates by John Carter. Oblong small 4to, original green cloth

gilt with color pictorial label on upper cover. Near fine aside from slight shelf wear and a few small

spots to cover label. Author’s signature and artist’s signed inscription on front free endpaper.

First edition.


49. DUNCAN, Gra’Delle.

Killeen Area Bicentennial Sketchbook.

Killeen: Commercial Printing,

1975. 64 pp., many illustrations by Joe Buckler. Small folio, original tan pictorial wrappers, sta-

pled. Wraps lightly browned and soiled with a few small marks and a little fading near spine,

otherwise near fine. Signed by author and artist on page [1].




50. DUNCAN, Gra’Delle.

Killeen: Tale of Two Cities, 1882-1982.

Austin: Eakin, 1984. vii [1, blank]

176 pp., many photographic illustrations. 4to, original brown cloth gilt. Very fine. Inscribed by

author on front free endpaper with additional signature on title page.

First edition.

Some material previously published inMay 7, 1982 Centennial issue of the


Daily Herald.



Cen-Tex Recreation Areas. Command Information 16 April 1964.

Fort Hood, 1964. [4] 7 [1, blank] pp., illustrations. Unbound 8 ½ x 11 sheets, stapled at upper

corner. Light browning and wear to sheets, otherwise fine.

Ephemeron detailing recreational opportunities in the vicinity of Fort Hood.


52. LOGAN, Annie Kuykendall.

Christmas in the Home of a Texas Pioneer.

N.p: published by

author, 1950. [24] pp., illustrations by author. 8vo, original beige pictorial wrappers, stapled.

Wraps lightly worn and soiled, with tiny void at one corner, text lightly age-toned, otherwise

very good.